incongruent

[in-kong-groo-uhnt, in-kuhn-groo-, -kuhng-]
adjective
not congruent.

Origin:
1525–35; < Latin incongruent- (stem of incongruēns) inconsistent. See in-3, congruent

incongruence, noun
incongruently, adverb

congruous, congruent, incongruous, incongruent.
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incongruous or incongruent (ɪnˈkɒŋɡrʊəs)
 
adj (when postpositive, foll by with or to)
1.  incompatible with (what is suitable); inappropriate
2.  containing disparate or discordant elements or parts
 
incongruent or incongruent
 
adj
 
in'congruously or incongruent
 
adv
 
in'congruently or incongruent
 
adv
 
in'congruousness or incongruent
 
n
 
in'congruence or incongruent
 
n

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Example sentences
Overwhelming confusion, incongruence of beliefs to me is mental illness.
Usually the situation is subtler and the incongruence has more to do with attention.
They explain the phenomenon using the concept of status incongruence.
But the incongruence of motion on a still scene is unmistakable.
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